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PostHeaderIcon Rice To Take Center Stage with Asia Return

Rice To Take Center Stage with Asia Return
Source : AFP

WASHINGTON, July 19, 2006 (AFP) - US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will look to make up for lost time next week on her debut at Southeast Asia's top security forum, after dismaying regional leaders last year by staying away.

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PostHeaderIcon Seoul Hopes For Inter-Korean Talks on Missile, Nuclear Issues at ARF

Seoul Hopes For Inter-Korean Talks on Missile, Nuclear Issues at ARF
Source : AFP

SEOUL, July 19, 2006 (AFP) - South Korea's foreign minister said Wednesday he hopes to meet his North Korean counterpart for talks on the North's missile and nuclear programmes on the sidelines of an Asian security forum next week.

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PostHeaderIcon Asian Foreign Ministers Welcome East Timor to Top Security Forum

Asian Foreign Ministers Welcome East Timor to Top Security Forum
Source : AFP

VIENTIANE, July 29,2005 (AFP) - Asian foreign ministers on Friday welcomed tiny East Timor as the 25th member of the region's main security forum.

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PostHeaderIcon Asia's Security Forum Tells Myanmar to Free Prisoners, Admit UN Envoy

Asia's Security Forum Tells Myanmar to Free Prisoners, Admit UN Envoy
Source : AFP

VIENTIANE, July 29, 2005 (AFP) - Foreign ministers attending Asia's biggest security forum demanded Friday Myanmar release political prisoners, resume dialogue with all parties and readmit a special UN envoy.

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PostHeaderIcon Asian Security Forum Ends, Vowing to Improve Terrorism Intelligence Sharing

Asian Security Forum Ends, Vowing to Improve Terrorism Intelligence Sharing
Source : AFP

VIENTIANE, July 29, 2005 (AFP) - Foreign ministers wrapped up Asia's main security forum Friday with a pledge to step up intelligence sharing on terrorism, which they called a threat to the "peace, order and security" of the region.

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